OK, so as a Steemian and just as importantly as a Witness on the Steem Blockchain, I have been following what is going on here on Trybe.one.

To be quite frank, without making an entire show of it all I can state the following based on what I have seen and read to date:

There is no reason why Steemians shouldn’t use this knowledge sharing platform called Trybe.one

There is no reason why users of Trybe.one who are not yet Steemians shouldn’t share their knowledge and opinions on one of the many front end platforms that Steem has to offer.

Why do I say this?

Sharing knowledge and expanding ones opportunities in a friendly and coherent environment is definitely something that we should all applaud and this is a perfect opportunity for all of us.

Although some may suggest that Trybe.one is “a competitor” to Steem, this could be argued as being true, but then again show me a market where there is a sole monopoly and that is at the same time open to the public?

So rather than look at Trybe.one as a competitor, I now see it as a parallel source for all Steemians and users of Trybe.one to compliment each other and help build each others opportunities to make it all happen for all of us.

As a Steem Witness, I have to say that I am sorry to see Trybe.one being built on the EOS blockchain, however in the near future when Steem makes public the option for Smart Media Tokens (SMTs) who knows what all shall be in stall for us!


So for the good of all my fellow Steemians who are in the Crypto scene and who wish to expand their possibilities and public, I truly see a fantastic opportunity here on Trybe.one.

& Vice Versa.

Life is too short to waste on negativity and although I am not one to promote double dipping as far as being a witness goes, as this opens the opportunities for many a question, such as “conflict of interests” etc etc etc, not to go into that here, I sincerely do not see why people who are not representing the blockchain or should I say, who are not in a “decision making role” on the blockchain can not utilize what is available and what can help grow and uphold the transparency and freedom of speech factors many of us hold so dearly to our hearts.

Lets consider this post of mine as an official stance in which I am looking at things from a users/members perspective and not touching on the “witnesses” who wish to be that for both blockchains. That topic is definitely one that can be left for another time!

Cheers everyone,

Yours truly

@jackmiller (Steem Witness)

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  1. Tom Norwood | Trybe

    Thanks for joining us Jack and I totally agree with you. Just because I have a Twitter account doesn’t mean that I don’t also have a Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, etc. etc. etc. account as well… And just because I use Telegram doesn’t mean I don’t also use Whatsapp and a host of other messaging platforms… Each platform is slightly different and each has its uses 🙂

  2. Conceptskip

    Hi @jackmiller, thanks for an interesting discussion, i’ve come from steemit to trybe, just to try it out a bit and make some additional tokens, and i do like both platfroms. Yet over a short while i experienced, that discussions, interactions and not to mention rewards are better here on trybe than on steem (the community has deterioated significantly the last few months), the reason might be my personal EOS bubble, but looking at the general interest parts, they seem quit lively already too!

  3. SugarFix

    Steemit and Trybe are very different and I do both. I’m glad you think they are not competitors. The presence of both will make both platforms better as they learn from each other. The fact that Trybe will go on EOS is a good thing as it will provide a little differentiation and ensure that if anything goes bad in crypto there will be a higher chance of something surviving. The active curating on Trybe is an interesting development – positive in many respects although I personally have had a few issues with editors being naughty. I think these minor issues will be ironed out though.

    Likewise I think that although Steemit has some issues – such as the inability of Witnesses (sorry bud) to realize that Steemit needs to be treated as a separate project to Steem – Steemit will sort itself out.

  4. Cryptoblogger

    @jackmiller! Like you, I believe there is more than enough room for both Trybe and Steemit in the crypto space at this time. Unfortunately there are folks who still subscribe to the outdated “competition mindset”, not realizing that in the era of the blockchain and social networks, collaboration is a far superior proposition.